New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, February 6, 1985, Page 6

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - February 6, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas Southside boats Smithson Valley, 58*56, Page 8A Hepald-ZfitMRf Wednesday, February 6,1985 7ACougars top Lions,gain tie in 13-4Arace LOCKHART — Canyon climbed back into a tie for the lead in the District 13-4A race by defeating Lockhart 49-48 Tuesday night. Todd Banks led the Cougars by scoring 24 points in spite of sitting out the second quarter with three fouls. The Lions fell to 0-7 in district games. “Lockhart played extremely well,” said Canyon Coach David Taylor. “If they continue to play like that, they’ll beat somebody. We could easily have been beaten.” The Cougars trailed most of the game but caught the Lions midway through the final quarter. The lead see-sawed until Canyon trailed by one point with 26 seconds remaining. “We set up a play for Todd in the middle with David Hays breaking behind him,” Taylor said. “The pass in was too high and the ball skipped off of Todd’s hands. Fortunately, David caught the ball and took it in with an easy layup,” he said. Lockhart lost the ball on its next possession when itStatistics District 13-4A Canyon boys 49. Lockhart 48 Todd Banks 8 8 11 24. David Hays 5 11 ll. Ben Garcia 2 1-3 5, Danny Hernandez 2 0 14, Rodney Hansen 2014. Troy Moss 0121. Ronnie Rittimann 0 0 0 0. Pete Huegele 0 O O 0 Totals 19 11 19 49 Canyon ............................... 14    9    9    17    —    49 Lockhart .............................18 10 8 12 — 48 J V game Canyon 68. Lockhart 67 Freshman game Canyon 65, Lockhart 64 Boys' standings District ga mas only Team    W    L    Ret New Braunfels............................... 6    1    850 Canyon..................................... 6    I    850 Kerrville Tivy.................................. 4    3    571 Fredericksburg .............................. 4    3    571 Hays.................................... I    6    142 Lockhart .................................... 0    7    OOO Tuesday's games — Canyon 49, Lockhart 48. Fredericksburg 55 New Braunfels 51; Kerrville Tivy 71, Hays 59 passed the ball back across the midcourt stripe. “They were forced to foul us after that and Todd came through in the clutch by hitting his free throws,” Taylor said. Banks hit four straight free throws in the last minute to insure the Cougar win. Lockhart hit a basket at the buzzer to cut the Canyon lead to one point. After grabbing the early lead, Canyon fell behind when Banks picked up his third foul with two minutes remaining in the first quarter. “When we Todd sat down, we had real problems,” Taylor said. “But David Hays scored three straight baskets to keep the score close at halftime.” The Cougars trailed 28-23 at the half. By the end of the third quarter, the Lockhart lead had been trimmed to four points at 36-32. “We just didn’t shoot the ball well at all,” Taylor said. “I had only four points from my starting guards.” Danny Hernandez had four points while Ronnie Rit-timann was held scoreless. Although he did not score, Taylor said Rittimann had a good overall game, leading the team in rebounds and adding four assists. “He showed real good leadership too,” Taylor said. “They were pressing us. and Ronnie handled it real well.” Canyon’s record now stands at 6-1 in district play. The Cougars are tied with New Braunfels for the district lead. Billies shock NB at buzzer By TOM LABINSKI Staff writer New Braunfels left the door open Just long enough for Fredericksburg’s Tim Kaman to snake his way through the Unicorn defense and put up a lunging one-handed shot towards the basket. The ball danced above the rim, then fell through the net as the final buzzer sounded, sealing a 55-54 loss for New Braunfels. It was the first District 13-4A loss for the Unicorns, who fall to 6-1. By winning the game, the Billies kept themselves in the playoff picture with a 4-3 record. New Braunfels led most of the game, but failed on several opportunities to put the game away. “We just could not put that clincher in in the fourth quarter,” said Unicorn Coach Cliff Wilkins. "We played well enough to win, we just missed too many free throws in the fourth quarter.” Tilo Schmidt, who paced New Braunfels with 18 points, missed two free throws with 1:25 to play which would have given the Unicorns a three-point lead. Instead, Randy Glover made two free throws for the Billies, giving them a 51-50 lead. It was Fredericksburg’s first lead of the quarter. Victor Sierra regained the lead for New Braunfels by making two more free throws. The Billies missed a field goal, and fifteen seconds later, Sierra hit another pair of free throws, giving the Unicorns a 54-51 lead with 31 seconds to play. “I thought we had them at that point,” Wilkins said. “But you’ve got to hand it to Fredericksburg. Those guys just didn’t quit.” Kaman, who led all scorers with 19 points, drove half the court with the ball for a layup, cutting the margin to 54-53 with 19 seconds left. I^eon Sneed was fouled with 16 seconds remaining, but missed on the front end of a one-and-one. Schmidt grabbed the rebound for New Braunfels, and with IO seconds to go, Sneed was again fouled, this time intentionally, giving him two shots. Both attempts missed the mark, DERYL CLARK/HERALO ZEITUNG New Braunfels' Victor Sierra sails up for a layup during Tuesday's game giving Kaman a chance to drive the ball through a New Braunfels defense geared to stop him. “We knew he was going to take the shot, no doubt about it He is just a great clutch player,” Wilkins said. “They were facing extinction and I guess just wanted it more than we did,” he said. The loss puts New Braunfels in a tie with Canyon for first place in the district. “We’ve got to rebound from this loss and put it behind us,” Wilkins said. “We are still in first place. It is going to be a little tougher road now, but we are still on course.” Apart from the opening minutes of the game, when New Braunfels fell behind 5-2, the first half belonged to the Unicorns. I>ed by a three-point play by Sierra, New Braunfels rattled off nine straight points to take an 11-5 lead. Fredericksburg rallied, but then Schmidt opened the second quarter by scoring on an offensive rebound. Sierra quickly added two layups. His first layup came after he stole the ball downcourt, the second after a long pass from Barry Baker following his steal. “We used a three-quarters press in the second quarter, and that was pretty effective,” Wilkins said. “We got a couple of steals off of it and Victor was there to convert the layups.” The Billies hit three baskets to trim the lead 19-17 with 4:22 left in the half, but then Claude Porterie sank two free throws and David Cadded got the hot hand, knocking in two baseline jumpers and fielding a long pass from Schmidt for an easy bucket and a 27-17 lead. The Billies came back in the third quarter, outscoring New Braunfels 18-12. Sophomore Jason Hopkins led Fredericksburg with six points in the quarter. Schmidt’s pass through a crowded lane led to an easy basket at the buzzer by Ikels, giving the Unicorns a 39-37 lead going into the fourth quarter.Statistics NEW BRAUNFELS IMI Tilo Schmidt 7 4 8 18. Victor Sierra 5 6 8 16 David Cadded 7 OO 14 Leon Sneed 0 0 3 0 Damon Millen 1 00 2. Alan Walker 0 00 0. Bdl Fox 0 000. Claude Porters 0 2 2 2 Kenan tkeis I 00 2 Total.21 12 21 54 FREDERICKSBURG (56) Feuge 2 12 5, Valadez 2024. Glove* 7 2 2 16 Sikes 0 OO 0, Kaman 7 56 19 Duecker 112 3. Ransleben 0 00 0. Hopkins 3 2 2 8 Totals 22 11 16 55 Fredericksburg    ll    8 18 ll 55 New Braunfels    13    14 12 16    55 Fouled out None Total fouls New Btaunfels 14, Fredericksburg 19 Canyon's Renata Rittimann drives to the basketCougarettes whip Lady Lions, 49-35 Iberia Soechtmg scored 17 points in leading Canyon to a 49-35 victory' over ILockhart Tuesday night The Cougarettes scored Reopening basket and never trailed in the course of the game. The win gives Canyon a 3-6 record in District 13-4A play while the {.ady Ijons fell to 1-8 “We were relaxed and in a good mood.” said Cougarette Coach Joy Scharf. “There was no pressure on anyone, so we hit our shots, including our free throws.” Canyon shot 15 of 27 free throws. Sherry Wood added 14 points for Canyon It was both Soeehting’s and Wood's high game in district play "We started out kind of slow again, but we gained some confidence in ourselves and looked real good,” Scharf said The Cougarettes played for their second .straight game without Nancy Tieken, who is nursing a bruised knee. "I think the girls realized they didn’t have Nancy in there and just worked a little harder,” Scharf said. She said Tieken may be able to play in Canyon’s final game of the season, when the Cougarettes host Fredericksburg on Friday. Statistics Canyon girls 49 Lockhart 35 • Si.*', 'ii! J 6 5 8 17 Sherry Wood 6 2 4 'IS ii jini-* i Ie 4 I 39 Kelly Landrum 134 5 Tei.i Cappleman 0 2 2 2. Renata Rittimann 013 I I am en Burch 0 I 3 1 Kathryn Kyle 0 00 0 Lisa Bi nks 0 00 0 Patti Still 0 0 0 0 Star y Smith 0 0 0 0 Nan. y Bargamer 00 00 Totals 17 15 27 49 Canyon    10    12    13    14    49 Lockhart    7    6    8    14    35 J V game Canyon 37 Lockhart 29 Fredericksburg tops slow-starting NIB FREDERICKSBURG - A poor shooting first quarter by New Braunfels led to a 60-38 loss at the hands of Fredericksburg Tuesday night. "We played a pretty good game, especially on defense,” said Unicom Coach Patsy Davis. “We just couldn’t hit the basket.” New Braunfels hit two of 21 field goal attempts in the first quarter, falling behind 19-5 at the end of the period. Heather Seay led the Unicorns with ll points while Kim Wright added IO. / After falling behind early, New Braunfels kept up with the Billies, trailing by only 12 at the half, 30-18. By the end of the third quarter, Fredericksburg had stretched its lead to 16 points at 44*28. The loss drops the Unicorns’ record to 2-7, while the Billies continue to lead the District 13-4A race with an 8*1 record. 1a  -Statistics Fredericksburg 60. New Braunfels girls 38 Heather Woods 2 0 4. Debbie Smith I 0 2. Heather Seay 4 Til, Kim Wright 5010, Jana Chafin 2 1 5. Ten Sides 3 0 6 Totals 17 4 38 New Breunfels    ....    5    13    10    IO    38 Fredericksburg    19    11    14    16    60District 13 4 A Qirls' standings District games only Teem    W    L    Ret Fredericksburg    .    8    1    889 Hays    .......... 7    2    776 Kerrville Tivy ......... 6    3    667 Canyon    3    6    333 New Braunfels    2    7    222 Lockhart ................ 1    8    111 Saturday a games — Kerrville    Tivy 57    New Breunfels 40; Hays 55, Canyon 40 Fredericksburg 53, Lockhart 19 Tuesday s games - Fredericksburg 60. New Braunfels 38 Canyon 49. Lockhart 33 Hays TO, Kerrville Tivy 46 New Braunfels will close its season on Friday by hosting Hays Consolidated. The freshman game will begin at 3:30 p m Knicks slap Sonics, 110-108 By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Although Seattle isn’t exactly home sweet home for the New York Knicks, it turned out to be a good spot to break a 15-game road losing streak. The Knicks, who in their last two road games blew a 15-point lead before losing by one against the Los Angeles leakers and allowed the Golden Warriors to end their 16-game losing streak, almost lost another heartbreaker Tuesday night before defeating the Seattle Supersonics 110-108. It was New York’s first National Basketball Association victory away from home since Nov. 23 and only its third in 25 road games this season. Mavericks 112 Hawks 103 Jay Vincent scored 16 of his 28 points in the second quarter to help Dallas pull away from Atlanta in a game played at New Orleans. The game was tied 28-28 after the first 12 minutes, but the Hawks never NBA Utah 22 Kansas City 16 27 32 449 333 7 13 By Th* Associated Press Pacific Division EASTERN CONFERENCE L A Lakers 35 16 686 Atlantic Division Phoenu 24 25 490 IO W I Pct GB Portland 21 28 429 13 Boston 40 9 816 Seattle 21 29 420 13 Philadelphia 38 IO 792 I* L A Clippers 20 29 408 14 Washington .... 27 23 540 13% Golden State 11 36 234 22 Nsw jersey * 23 26 469 17 Tuesday s Games New York 18 32 360 22% New Jersey 119 Detroit 117 Central Division LA Lakers 113 Houston 104 Milwaukee ... 34 15 694 Boston 110 Chicago 106 Detroit 30 18 625 3% Kansas City I 35 San Antonio 116 Chicago .24 24 500 9% Dallas 112. Atlanta 103 Atlanta ....... ... 20 29 408 14 Phoenu 108 Denver 103 Indiana ........ .....16 33 327 18 Portland 126 Utah 106 Cleveland....... .....15 32 319 18 New York 11O, Seattle 108 WESTERN CONFERENCE Today s Games Midwest Division Cleveland at Boston Denver ....... 30 20 600 » Milwaukee at New Jersey Houston .... 27 21 563 2 Washington at Philadelphia D atlas.......... 26 23 531 3% Golden State at Dallas San Antonio..... 24 25 490 5% Seattle at Denver caught up after the Mavericks outscored them 26-16 for a 54-44 halftime lead. Kings 135 Spurs 116 Eddie Johnson scored 30 points against San Antonio as Kansas City ended its four-game losing streak and posted its largest victory margin of the season. The Kings turned the game around in the second period, outscoring the Spurs 31-14 to turn an eight-point deficit into a 61-52 halftime lead. The closest San Antonio got after that was four points.Lakers 113 Rockets 104 I JJS Angeles got a season-high 40 points from Kareem Abdul-Jabbar and beat the Rockets in Houston for the 12th straight time despite sterling performances from Twin Towers Ralph Sampson and Akeem Olajuwon. Sampson had 33 points and 15 rebounds and Olajuwon 30 points and 13 rebounds for the RocketsCeltics 110 Bulls 106 Boston won for the 40th time in 49 games, beating Chicago behind the strong stretch play of I^irry Bird and Kevin McHaleBlazers 126 Jazz 106 Mychal Thompson scored 21 points and rookie Sam Bowie equalled his season-high with 19 to lead Portland to an easy triumph over Utah. DERYl CLARK HERALD ZEITUNG ;

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